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Curriculum Vitae

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Contact Information

sjacques1@gsu.edu | ScottJacques@CriminologyOpen.com

Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology (PO Box 3992), Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University, Atlanta GA 30302

Web Presence

Personal Website | AYS Webpage | ORCiD | Google Scholar | ResearchGate | LinkedIn | Twitter

Positions

Associate Professor (August, 2015–present), Assistant Professor (August, 2012–July, 2015), Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology, Georgia State University

Director, Criminology Open Ltd (May 2020–present), CrimRxiv (August 2020–present)

Assistant Professor (September, 2010–August, 2012), School of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati

Researcher (January, 2010–June, 2010), Visiting Researcher (June, 2011–August, 2011), Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime & Law Enforcement

Degrees

PhD, Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of Missouri – St. Louis, 2010

MA, Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of Missouri – St. Louis, 2007

BA (Magna Cum Laude, High Honors), Sociology, University of Georgia, 2005

BS (Magna Cum Laude, High Honors), Psychology, University of Georgia, 2005

Publications

Books

Jacques, Scott. 2019. Grey Area: Regulating Amsterdam’s Coffeeshops. UCL Press.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2015. Code of the Suburb: Inside the World of Young Middle-Class Drug Dealers. University of Chicago Press.

Articles

Dickinson, Timothy, and Scott Jacques. In press. Drug Control Policy, Normalization, and Symbolic Boundaries in Amsterdam’s Coffeeshops. British Journal of Criminology.

Moeller, Kim, and Scott Jacques. In press. Amsterdam’s Coffeeshops, Victimization, and Police Mobilization. Policing & Society.

Allen, Andrea, and Scott Jacques. 2020. "He Did that Because I was Black": Black College Students Perceive Municipal Police, Not Campus Police, as Discriminating. Deviant Behavior 41:29-40.​

Topalli, Volkan, Timothy Dickinson, and Scott Jacques. 2020. Learning from Criminals: Active Offender Research for Criminology. Annual Review of Criminology 3:189-215.

Dickinson, Timothy, and Scott Jacques. 2019. Drug Sellers’ Neutralizations of Guiltless Drug Sales and Avoidance of “Drug Dealer” Identities. International Journal of Drug Policy 73:16-23.

Jacques, Scott. 2019. Which Source Possesses the Best Data on the Empirical Aspects of Criminal Events? A Theory of Opportunity and Necessary Conditions. Deviant Behavior 40:1543-1552.

Jacques, Scott. 2019. Bentham, Not Epicurus: The Relevance of Pleasure to Studies of Drug-Involved Pain. Journal of Drug Issues 49:118-138.

Allen, Andrea, and Scott Jacques. 2018. Pairing Fieldworkers with Patrol Officers: A Study of Supervising Officers’ Selections. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 12:219-230.

Jacques, Scott. 2017. What Criminals’ Tattoos Symbolize: Drawing on Darwin, Durkheim, and Lombroso. Deviant Behavior 37:1303-1317.

Lasky, Nicole, Bonnie Fisher, and Scott Jacques. 2017. “Thinking Thief” in the Crime Prevention Arms Race: Lessons Learned from Shoplifters. Security Journal 30:772-792.

Jacques, Scott. 2017. “A Run-In with the Cops is Really Few and Far Between”: Negative Evidence and Ethnographic Understanding of Racial Discrimination by Police. Sociological Focus 50:7-17.

Jacques, Scott, Richard Rosenfeld, Richard Wright, and Frank van Gemert. 2016. Effects of Prohibition and Decriminalization on Drug Market Conflict: Comparing Street Dealers, Coffeeshops, and Cafés in Amsterdam. Criminology & Public Policy 15:843-875.

Rennison, Callie, Scott Jacques, and Andrea Allen. 2016. Victim Injury and Social Distance: A National Test of a General Principle of Conflict. Violence & Victims 31:726-751.

Bernasco, Wim, and Scott Jacques. 2015. Where Do Dealers Solicit Customers and Sell Them Drugs? A Micro-Level Multiple Methods Study. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 31:376-408.

Jacques, Scott, Nicole Lasky, and Bonnie Fisher. 2015. Seeing the Offenders’ Perspective through the Eye-Tracking Device: Methodological Insights from a Study of Shoplifters. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 31:449-467.

Wright, Richard, Scott Jacques, and Michael Stein. 2015. Where Are We? Why Are We Here? Where Are We Going? How Do We Get There? The Future of Qualitative Research in American Criminology. Advances in Criminological Theory 20:339-350.

Topalli, Volkan, Scott Jacques, and Richard Wright. 2015. “It takes skills to take a car”: Perceptual and Procedural Expertise in Carjacking. Aggression & Violent Behavior 20:19-25.

Jacques, Scott, and Andrea Allen. 2015. Drug Market Violence: Virtual Anarchy, Police Pressure, Predation, and Retaliation. Criminal Justice Review 40:187-199.

Lindegaard, Marie Rosenkrantz, Wim Bernasco, and Scott Jacques. 2015. Consequences of Expected and Observed Victim Resistance for Offender Violence During Robbery Events. Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 52:32-61.

Lasky, Nicole, Scott Jacques, and Bonnie Fisher. 2015. Glossing Over Shoplifting: How Thieves Act Normal. Deviant Behavior 36:293-309.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2014. A Sociological Theory of Drug Sales, Gifts, and Frauds. Crime & Delinquency 60:1057-1082.

Jacques, Scott, Richard Wright, and Andrea Allen. 2014. Drug Dealers, Retaliation, and Deterrence. International Journal of Drug Policy 25:656-662.

Jacques, Scott. 2014. The Quantitative-Qualitative Divide in Criminology: A Theory of Ideas’ Importance, Attractiveness, and Publication. Theoretical Criminology 18:317-334.

Allen, Andrea, and Scott Jacques. 2014. Police Officers’ Theories of Crime. American Journal of Criminal Justice 39:206-227.

Jacques, Scott, Andrea Allen, and Richard Wright. 2014. Drug Dealers’ Rational Choices on Which Customers to Rip-Off. International Journal of Drug Policy 25:251-256.

Jacques, Scott, and Andrea Allen. 2014. Bentham’s Sanction Typology and Restrictive Deterrence: A Study of Young, Suburban, Middle-Class Drug Dealers. Journal of Drug Issues 44:212-230.

Lindegaard, Marie Rosenkrantz, and Scott Jacques. 2014. Agency as a Cause of Crime. Deviant Behavior 35:85-100.

Allen, Andrea, and Scott Jacques. 2013. Alcohol-Related Crime among College Students: A Review of Research and Fruitful Areas for Future Work. Criminal Justice Studies 26:478-494.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2013. How Victimized Drug Traders Mobilize Police. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 42:545-575.

Jacques, Scott, and Callie Rennison. 2013. Reflexive Retaliation for Violent Victimization: The Effect of Social Distance on Weapon Lethality. Violence & Victims 28:69-89.

Jacques, Scott, and Callie Rennison. 2013. Social Distance and Immediate Informal Responses to Violent Victimization. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28:733-753.

Jacques, Scott, and Danielle Reynald. 2012. The Offenders’ Perspective on Prevention: Guarding Against Victimization and Law Enforcement. Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 49:269-294.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2012. Ironies of Crime, Control, and Criminology. Critical Criminology 20:153-167.

Bennett, Trevor, Scott Jacques, and Richard Wright. 2011. The Emergence and Evolution of Drug User Groups in the UK. Addiction Research & Theory 19:556-565.

Jacques, Scott, Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard, and Jean-Louis van Gelder. 2011. Foreign Fieldworkers and Native Participants: A Theory of Method. Victims & Offenders 6:246-259.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2011. Informal Control and Illicit Drug Trade. Criminology 49:726-765.

Rennison, Callie, Scott Jacques, and Mark Berg. 2010. Weapon Lethality and Social Distance: A National Test of a Social Structural Theory. Justice Quarterly 28:576-605.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2010. Dangerous Intimacy: Toward a Theory of Violent Victimization in Active Offender Research. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 21:503-525.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2010. Criminology as Social Control: Discriminatory Research and Its Role in the Reproduction of Social Inequalities. Crime, Law, & Social Change 53:383-396.

Jacques, Scott. 2010. The Necessary Conditions for Retaliation: Toward a Theory of Non-Violent and Violent Forms in Drug Markets. Justice Quarterly 27:186-205.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2010. Right or Wrong? Toward a Theory of IRBs’ (Dis)Approval of Research. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 21:42-59.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2008. The Victimization—Termination Link. Criminology 46:1009-1038.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2008. Intimacy with Outlaws: The Role of Relational Distance in Recruiting, Paying, and Interviewing Underworld Research Participants. Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 45:22–38.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2008. The Relevance of Peace to Studies of Drug Market Violence. Criminology 46:221–253.

Chapters

Bonomo, Elizabeth, and Scott Jacques. 2019. Lost in the Park: Learning to Navigate the Unpredictability of Fieldwork. Chapter 2 in Ethnography Uncensored: Narratives of Research among Hidden Populations, eds. Rashi Shukla and Miriam Boeri. Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press.

Wright, Richard, Volkan Topalli, and Scott Jacques. 2017. Crime in Motion: Predation, Retaliation, and the Spread of Urban Violence. Chapter 6 in On Retaliation: Toward an Interdisciplinary Understanding of a Basic Human Condition, eds. Bertram Turner and Günther Schlee. New York: Berghahn Books.

Jacques, Scott, and Elizabeth Bonomo. 2016. Learning from the Offenders’ Perspective on Crime Prevention. Chapter 2 in Crime Prevention in the 21st Century, eds. Benoit Leclerc and Ernesto U. Savona. New York: Springer.

Hogan, Charles, and Scott Jacques. 2015. Global Marijuana Cultivation and Societal Place Because and In Spite of American Policy and Perception. Chapter 3 in Handbook on Drugs and Society, ed. Henry Brownstein. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Copes, Heith, Scott Jacques, Andrew Hochstetler, and Timothy Dickinson. 2015. Interviewing Offenders: The Active vs. Inmate Debate. Chapter 11 in Routledge fHandbook of Qualitative Criminology, eds. Heith Copes and J. Mitchell Miller. London, UK: Routledge.

Lindegaard, Marie Rosenkrantz, Wim Bernasco, Scott Jacques, and Babet Zevenbergen. 2013. Posterior Gains and Immediate Pains: Offender Emotions Before, During and After Robberies. Chapter 4 in Affect & Cognition in Criminal Decision Making, eds. Jean-Louis van Gelder, Henk Elffers, Daniel Nagin, and Danielle Reynald. New York: Routledge.

Jacques, Scott, and Wim Bernasco. 2013. Drug Dealing: Amsterdam’s Red Light District. Chapter 7 in Cognition and Crime: Offender Decision Making and Script Analyses, eds. Richard Wortley and Benoit Leclerc. London, UK: Routledge.

Allen, Andrea, and Scott Jacques. 2013. Policing Alcohol-Related Crime among College Students. Chapter 15 in Campus Crime: Legal, Social, and Policy Perspectives, 3rd ed., eds. Bonnie S. Fisher and John J. Sloan. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2013. The Code of the Suburb and Drug Dealing. Chapter 20 in Oxford Handbook of Criminological Theory, eds. Francis Cullen and Pamela Wilcox. New York: Oxford University Press.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2010. Apprehending Criminals: The Impact of Law on Offender-Based Research. Chapter 3 in Offenders on Offending: Learning About Crime from Criminals, ed. Wim Bernasco. Cullompton, UK: Willan Publishing.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2010. Drug Law and Violent Retaliation. Chapter 11 in Criminology and Public Policy: Putting Theory to Work, 2nd ed., eds. Hugh Barlow and Scott Decker. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Jacques, Scott. 2009. 25 Years of ‘Crime as Social Control.’ Pp. 311-317 in Criminology Theory: Readings and Retrospectives, eds. Heith Copes and Volkan Topalli. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Other

See my writings on open access at CriminologyOpen.com.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2015. The War on Some Drug Dealers. ACJS Today XL 40(5):1, 5-6, 8-9.

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. 2015. Inside the World of Suburban Drug Dealing. The Conversation. (Rerun in Time and The New Republic.)

Jacques, Scott. 2015. Social Control in the Streets and the Suburbs: Understanding the “Code of the Suburb.” Anthropoliteia, Tip of the Cap.

Jacques, Scott. 2015. Guest Editor’s Introduction [to Special Issue on Drugs, Crime, & Goldstein’s Tripartite Framework]. Criminal Justice Review 40:1-2.

Bernasco, Wim, Marie Rosenkrantz, and Scott Jacques. 2013. Overvallen vanuit daderperspectief: Situationele aspecten van gewelddadige, niet-gewelddadige en afgeblazen overvallen (Offenders’ Perspectives on Robberies: Situational Aspects of Violent, Non-Physical, and Aborted Robberies). Politiewetenschap nr. 69. Apeldoorn, NL: Politie & Wetenschap.

Jacques, Scott. 2012. Review of Moral Time by Donald Black. International Criminal Justice Review 22(2):216-218.

Jacques, Scott. 2010. Women in burqas [and robbery]. International Herald Tribune (Global Edition of the New York Times), May 7, page 7.

Jacques, Scott. 2008. Unfair statistics take the bloom off St. Louis (Correspondence). Nature 452(27 March):409.

Jacques, Scott. 2008. Review of How Drug Dealers Settle Disputes: Violent and Nonviolent Outcomes by Angela P. Taylor. Criminal Justice Review 33(4):577–578.

Presentations

Scott Jacques. Deterrence and Proterrence in Amsterdam’s Coffeeshops. Bentham Seminars. Bentham Project, University College London, London, UK (virtually), 2020. (By invitation.) [Published as Grey Area: Regulating Amsterdam’s Coffeeshops (UCL Press)].

Ouellet, Marie, Scott Jacques, and David Maimon. The Spread (and Suppression) of Cheating in an Online Network Experiment. Illicit Networks Workshop, Montreal, Canada, 2019.

Dickinson, Timothy, and Jacques, Scott. Drugs, Identities, and Neutralizations. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA, 2018. [Published as “Drug Sellers’ Neutralizations of Guiltless Drug Sales and Avoidance of ‘Drug Dealer’ Identities” in International Journal of Drug Policy.]

Jacques, Scott. Criminal Ethics. Chief of Naval Operation’s Strategic Studies Group, Naval War College, Newport, RI, 2015. (By invitation.)

Allen, Andrea, and Scott Jacques. Types of Drug Market Conflict: Criminal, Would-Be Criminal, and Non-Criminal Victimization. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, 2014.

Jacques, Scott. Criminals’ Tattoos: Atavism, Attraction, or Association? Annual Meeting of the Western Society of Criminology, Honolulu, HI, 2014. [Published as “What Criminals’ Tattoos Symbolize: Drawing on Darwin, Durkheim and Lombroso” in Deviant Behavior.]

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. Onset and Termination of Drug Dealing: Similarities and Differences between Middle-Class Suburbanites and Lower-Class Urbanites. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA, 2013. [Published as “The Bigger Picture” in Code of the Suburb: Inside the World of Young Middle-Class Drug Dealers (University of Chicago Press)].

Bernasco, Wim, Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard, and Scott Jacques. Why Offenders Abort from Committing Anticipated Robberies. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA, 2013.

Jacques, Scott. Restrictive Deterrence and Bentham’s 5 Sanctions: A Study of Young Suburban Drug Dealers and Users. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL 2012. [Substantially revised version published as “Bentham’s Sanction Typology and Restrictive Deterrence: A Study of Young, Suburban, Middle-Class Drug Dealers” in Journal of Drug Issues.]

Rosenfeld, Richard, Scott Jacques, Richard Wright, Danielle M. Reynald, and Frank van Gemert. Victimization and Social Control in Amsterdam Cafés and Coffeeshops. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL 2012. [Published as “The Effects of Prohibition and Decriminalization on Drug Market Conflict: Comparing Street Dealers, Coffeeshops, and Cafés in Amsterdam” in Criminology & Public Policy.]

Jacques, Scott. The Drugs/Love Nexus: A Tripartite Conceptual Framework. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, 2011. [Published as “Bentham, Not Epicurus: The Relevance of Pleasure to Studies of Drug-Involved Pain” in Journal of Drug Issues.]

Wright, Richard, Volkan Topalli, and Scott Jacques. Active Offender Research: History, Practice, and Prospects. Workshop at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, 2011. (By invitation.)

Wright, Richard, Volkan Topalli, and Scott Jacques. Crime in Motion: Predation, Retaliation and the Spread of Urban Violence. Conference on Retaliation, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany, 2011. (By invitation.) [Published in On Retaliation: Toward an Interdisciplinary Understanding of a Basic Human Condition.] Also presented as the Keynote Address at the North/South Irish Criminology Conference, University College Dublin, 2012. (By invitation.)

Jacques, Scott, Richard Rosenfeld, Richard Wright, and Frank van Gemert. Victimization and Social Control in Amsterdam Drug Markets. Annual Meeting of the British Sociological Association, London, UK, 2011. [Published as “The Effects of Prohibition and Decriminalization on Drug Market Conflict: Comparing Street Dealers, Coffeeshops, and Cafés in Amsterdam” in Criminology & Public Policy]

Jacques, Scott. Balancing the Scale: How the Law “Should” and “Does” React to Drug Market Conflict. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, 2010. [Published as “How Victimized Drug Traders Mobilize Police” in Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.]

Jacques, Scott, and Danielle Reynald. The Offender’s Perspective on Guardianship: Preventing Victimization and Social Control. Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden, 2010. [Published as “The Offenders’ Perspective on Prevention: Guarding Against Victimization and Law Enforcement” in The Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency.]

Jacques, Scott. Code of the Suburb: Avoidance and Toleration as Responses to Drug Market Conflict. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA, 2009. [Substantially revised version published as “Hitting Back?” in Code of the Suburb: Inside the World of Young Middle-Class Drug Dealers (University of Chicago Press)].

Jacques, Scott. Right or Wrong? The Effect of Social Status on the Ethics and Quantity of Research. Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement as part of their Brown Bag Lecture Series, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2009. (By invitation) [Published as “Right or Wrong? Toward a Theory of IRBs’ (Dis)Approval of Research” in the Journal of Criminal Justice Education.]

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. The Victimization—Termination Link. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, MO, 2008. [Published in Criminology.]

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. Apprehending Criminals: The Impact of Law on Offender-Based Research. Workshop on “Offenders on Offending: How Do We Learn from Criminals about Criminal Choices?” The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2008. (By invitation) [Published in Offenders on Offending: Learning About Crime from Criminals.]

Wright, Richard, and Scott Jacques. The Interplay of Drug Law, Informal Social Control, and Illicit Drug Trade. Workshop on “Understanding and Controlling the Demand for Illegal Drugs”, Committee on Law and Justice, National Research Council, Irvine, CA, 2007. (By invitation) [Substantially revised version published as “Informal Control and Illicit Drug Trade” in Criminology.]

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. The Relevance of Peace to Studies of Drug Market Violence. British Society of Criminology Conference, London, UK, 2007. [Published in Criminology.]

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. The Interplay of Law and Violence in Drug-Related Conflict. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [Published as “Drug Law and Violent Retaliation” in Criminology and Public Policy: Putting Theory to Work, 2nd ed.]

Jacques, Scott, and Richard Wright. The Costs and Benefits of Social Distance and Status in Illicit Drug Sales. Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montreal, Canada, 2006. [Published as “A Sociological Theory of Drug Sales, Gifts, and Frauds” in Crime & Delinquency.]

Jacques, Scott. The Management of Predation among Young, Middle Class Drug Dealers. Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, NC, 2005.

Grants

“Prototyping a Regional PIT Faculty Fellows Program.” Public Interest Technology University Network Challenge Fund (September, 2019–December, 2020). Project leads: Ellen Zegura, Scott Jacques, and Susan Snyder ($179,751).

“Transformation of Four Required Criminal Justice and Criminology Courses to No-Cost.” Textbook Transformation Grant, Affordable Learning Georgia (October, 2019–December, 2020). Project leads: Scott Jacques, Dean Dabney, Leah Daigle, Josh Hinkle, Marie Ouellet, and Michael Shapiro ($30,000).

“No-Cost-to-Students Learning Materials for Criminology.” Textbook Transformation Grant, Affordable Learning Georgia (May, 2017–August, 2018). Project leads: Scott Jacques and Andrea Allen ($10,800).

“No-Cost-to-Students Learning Materials for Introduction to Criminal Justice.” Textbook Transformation Grant, Affordable Learning Georgia (January, 2016–December, 2017). Project leads: Jason Davis, Andrea Allen, and Scott Jacques ($15,800).

“No-Cost-to-Students Learning Materials for Social Science Research Methods.” Textbook Transformation Grant, Affordable Learning Georgia (October, 2015–May, 2017). Project leads: Andrea Allen and Scott Jacques ($10,800).

“Shoplifters: ‘Moments of Truth’”. Procter & Gamble (May, 2011–June, 2012). Principal investigators: Bonnie Fisher and Scott Jacques ($156,882).

“Situationele aspecten van overvallen: Een matched case-control benadering” (“Situational Aspects of Robbery: A Matched Case-Control Approach”). Nederlandse Politieacademie; Politie & Wetenschap Program (Dutch Police Academy; Police and Science Program) (June, 2012–October, 2013). Principal investigators: Wim Bernasco, Marie Lindegaard, and Scott Jacques (€82,418).

“Smart Policing: Evidence-Based Law Enforcement Initiative.” U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance (October 1, 2010–September 30, 2012). Principal Investigator: John Eck ($137,023). Personal role: Faculty Consultant.

“The Influence of Respectability on Predation and Social Control [among Drug Dealers in Amsterdam].” University of Missouri System Research Board (July 1, 2008–June 30, 2010). Principal Investigators: Richard Wright, Richard Rosenfeld, and Scott Jacques ($12,420).

“The Influence of Respectability on Predation and Social Control [among Drug Dealers in Amsterdam].” National Science Foundation; Division of Social and Economic Sciences, Law and Social Sciences Program (July 1, 2008–June 30, 2010). Principal Investigators: Richard Wright and Richard Rosenfeld ($180,943). Personal role: Proposal writer and field investigator.

“A Comparative Study of Middle- and Lower-Class Drug Dealers.” University of Missouri – St. Louis Research Committee (May 14, 2006–May 13, 2007). Principal Investigators: Richard Wright and Scott Jacques ($11,250).

Courses Taught

@ Georgia State University

Crime across Communities, Individuals, and Situations, undergraduate-level (Honors)

Criminological Theory, undergraduate-level

Drugs and Crime, graduate-level

Drugs, Crime, and Criminal Justice, undergraduate-level

Drugs, Crime, and Policing, undergraduate-level

Introduction to Criminal Justice, undergraduate-level

Qualitative Research Methods, graduate-level

Research Methods in Criminal Justice, undergraduate-level

Social Science and the American Crime Problem, undergraduate-level

@ University of Cincinnati

Advanced Research Methods, graduate-level

Drugs and Crime, graduate- and undergraduate-level

Introduction to Science (special topic course), undergraduate-level

Service

Editorial Positions

Editor, International Criminal Justice Review (July, 2015–present), Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology (September, 2020–present)

Editorial Board, Criminal Justice Review (2011–present), Criminal Justice Studies (2013–present), International Journal of Drug Policy (2018–present)

Assistant Editor (2010–2012), Assistant to the Editor (2008–2010), British Journal of Sociology

Guest Editor, Criminal Justice Review, Special issue entitled Drugs, Crime, & Goldstein’s Tripartite Framework

Advisory Editor, Oxford Bibliographies Online – Criminology, Oxford University Press: Active Offender Research; Criminal Retaliation; Drugs & Crime (with Richard Wright); Property Crime (with Richard Wright); Street Robbery (with Richard Wright)

Manuscript Reviewer

British Journal of Sociology; Crime & Delinquency; Crime Science; Criminal Justice & Behavior; Criminal Justice Review; Criminal Justice Studies; Criminology; Criminology & Criminal Justice; Deviant Behavior; Drug & Alcohol Dependence; Ethnography; European Journal of Criminology; European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research; International Criminal Justice Review; International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology; Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice; Journal of Contemporary Ethnography; Journal of Criminal Justice; Journal of Criminal Justice Education; Journal of Crime and Justice; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology; Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology; Journal of Drug Issues; Journal of Drug Policy Analysis; Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology; Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology; Journal of Quantitative Criminology; Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services; Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency; Journal of the Royal Statistical Society; Justice Quarterly; Lynne Rienner Press; Methodological Innovations; Oxford University Press; Oxford Handbook of Offender Decision Making; Rutgers University Press; Security Journal; Social Networks; Social Problems; Sociological Focus; Sociological Forum; Sociological Quarterly; Theory & Society; University of California Press; University of Chicago Press; Victims & Offenders; Violence & Victims; Western Criminology Review; Wiley-Blackwell

@ American Society of Criminology

Chair of “Drug Abuse” subarea, 2012 Annual Meeting

Chair of “Advances in Qualitative Methods” subarea, 2013 Annual Meeting

@ Georgia State University

Department

Associate Director, Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group (2020–present)

Member, Bylaws Committee (2013–2014, 2018–present)

Creator and Coordinator of guest speaker series, “Non-Criminologists” Talk Crime and Control (2018–2020)

Member, Graduate Program Committee (2015–2017)

Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (2015–2016)

College

Director, AYS Open (2019–present)

Chair, Ad Hoc AYS Open Access Policy Committee (2019–present)

Member, Academic Programs Committee (2018–2020)

Member, Digital World Initiative Team 3 (2019)

Member, Online Instruction Committee (2018–2020)

Member, Faculty Appeals Committee (2018–2020)

Member, Academic Discipline Committee (2015–2017)

Member, Tech Fee Review Committee (2014)

Judge, Public Service and Research End Event (2013, 2014)

Honors College

Reviewer, Undergraduate Research Conference (2014–2017, 2020)

Interviewer, Presidential Scholarship Selection Committee (2017)

University

Member, Senate (2018–2020)

Member, Senate Library Committee (2018–2020), Chair (2019–2020)

Member, Senate Budget Committee (2019–2020)

Judge, GSU Student Book Collecting Contest (2020)

Member, Senate Student Discipline Committee (2018–2019)

Department Coordinator, GSU State Charitable Contribution Program (2012, 2013)

@ University of Cincinnati

Department

Member, Masters Proficiency Exam Committee (2011–2012)

Member, Speakers Committee (2011–2012)

Creator and Coordinator, Undergraduate Research Program in Criminal Justice (2010–2012)

Member, PhD Comprehensive Exam Committee (2010–2012)

Member, RPT Committee (2010–2012)

Fellowships, Awards, & Honors

Digital Champion Fellowship, Center for Instructional Innovation, Georgia State University (2016)

AYSPS Dean’s Early Career Award (2013)

Graduate School Dissertation Fellowship, University of Missouri – St. Louis (2009–2010)

Outstanding Graduate Student, Center for Teaching and Learning and the Graduate School, University of Missouri – St. Louis (2008–2009)

Graduate School Doctoral Fellowship, University of Missouri – St. Louis (2005–2009)

British Society of Criminology Conference Postgraduate Bursary (2007)

Research Recognition Award, Department of Sociology, University of Georgia (2005)

Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Summer Research Fellowship, University of Georgia (2005)

CURO Scholar, University of Georgia (2005)

Odum Award of the Southern Sociological Society for the best undergraduate student paper (2005): “The Management of Predation among Young, Middle Class Drug Dealers.”

HOPE Scholarship, State of Georgia (2002–2005)

References

Available on request

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